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Photo Gallery: North Carolina’s 9th Annual Duck Jazz Festival

Bria Skonberg Quintet and Maceo Parker close out a day by the sea

Bria Skonberg Quintet, Duck Jazz Festival 2015. l. to r.: Evan Arntzen (clarinet), Skonberg, Sean Cronin (bass), Darrian Douglas (drums) and Dalton Ridenhour (piano)
Bria Skonberg Quintet, Duck Jazz Festival 2015. l. to r.:Evan Arntzen, Sean Cronin, Skonberg, Darrian Douglas and Dalton Ridenhour
Bria Skonberg, Duck Jazz Festival 2015
Maceo Parker, Duck Jazz Festival 2015

Duck, N.C., is located in the northern Outer Banks, nestled between the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Currituck Sound to the west. Its year-round population is close to 400 but increases during the summer season to 20,000. The one-day, admission-free outdoor Duck Jazz Festival is held in October, when the crowds are gone and the temperature has dropped to a comfortable level.

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